Hah! It’s the 29th of February! And March is looking like a scorching one huh.
Well, I know I have yet to post my FHM February review (although I am not really tasked to do so) but the March issue has upstaged the wonders of this month’s issue.
You see, we will be having Bela Padilla debuting on the 12th anniversary issue of FHM. And you know that period when you are experiencing some awkwardness because you are slowly becoming an adult? Well, FHM will be a teenager next year. And their 12th anniversary issue has gotten some awkward attention.
People are accusing the cover photo to be racist. Why? a) because cover star Bela Padilla (and all her porcelain-white goodness) is placed alongside some dark-skinned models. b) the tagline of the cover reads “Bela Padilla: Stepping Out of the Shadows. and c) people are just too sensitive.
The cover looks really nice actually. Another bold move for FHM, if you ask me. Very risque. But then again, you have to sacrifice stuff for conformity’s sake.
I don’t know if it’s a wise move to pull out the cover and print the magazine with a new cover photo. I mean it could be so as not to offend anyone. or it could not be just because I want FHM to be unapologetic with the decisions they make. Either way, it has garnered a lot of attention worldwide.
I am just hoping that they will release something that is as bold and risque as the first one. And maybe we could hope for people to at least have a better grasp of the issue. And maybe, just maybe, a broader mind.
Shit happens. In our street, mainly.
Well, I’ve been living in the same street for the past 19 years and I’ve seen it develop – from a muddy rough road to a mossy concrete road. And beside from the abundance of frog carcass run over by vehicles, the pavement of our street is also in abundance of… wait for it… animal droppings (I find this word silly).
Well, this whole shit about animal shit hanging out freely on our street is crazy. It’s been decades-worth of shitload of negligence and no action is being done.
We have taken care of several dogs over the years but we make sure to make them put their shit on its proper place. But it is something people around our place can’t seem to do.
Lately, it’s cat poop that’s been bothering our street. I just find cat shit more disgusting than that of dogs’. But nothing’s more devastating than seeing a dump run over by a vehicle. Disgusting lvl: squished poop.
Don’t get me started with stepping on one.
And one more totally disgusting thing is how some poop are so big that you’ll wonder how in the world dogs download something that colossal. Please people, animal negligence… now poop negligence.
Oh, and since we’re like in an island surrounded by a sea of rice fields, cow poop.
People living in our street, please be responsible with your animals’ shit. See what happens when I see shit on the street? I write about it.
I don’t understand, people. I thought this video was amazing. I know, I sometimes question my own preference when it comes to music and visuals. But these people are amazing. The video should’ve, at least, garnered hundreds of thousands of views.
I found them a couple of days after the release of this video. I was very amazed by the arrangement and the video itself. Then as 2011 nears its end, I wondered if they released a new work, like Earworm and Crevo did. But, it turns out that they didn’t.
They’re like Earworm, only live, with a real video, raw, and stripped (vocally and physically).
Hopefully, they would make a new one.
(Maybe the Glee reference used did it. That show has become shitty.)